MySQL Installation Guide (Windows)

MySQL  Installation  Guide  (Windows)   Step1-­‐  Install  MySQL   The  following  description  is  based  on  MySQL  5.6.23  for  Windows.     Go  to...
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MySQL  Installation  Guide  (Windows)   Step1-­‐  Install  MySQL   The  following  description  is  based  on  MySQL  5.6.23  for  Windows.     Go  to  MySQL  download  page  (http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/).  Click  the   Windows  MySQL  Installer  MSI    “Download”  button.    

    You  will  see  the  following  window.  Download  the  Installer  whose  size  is  282.4M.  

 

     

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1.  Execute  the  installer.  Check  “I  accept  the  license  terms.”  And  click  “Next”.  

    2.  When  asked,  choose  “Developer  Default”  and  click  “Next”.  

 

 

 

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3.  It  may  ask  to  resolve  the  certain  requirements.    Click  “Execute”  to  resolve  these   requirements.  After  finished,  click  “Next”  to  continue.  

    4.   A   list   that   contains   the   products   that   are   going   to   be   installed   will   appear.   Click   “Execute”.  The  installer  is  going  to  install  these  products.    

 

   

 

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5.  After  done,  it  will  ask  you  to  configure  the  MySQL  Server.  Click  “Next”.  

    6.   For   the   Config   Type,   choose   “Development   Machine”.   For   Connectivity,   choose   “TCP/IP”   and   enter   3306   as  the   port   number.   Also   click   “Show   Advanced   Options”   then  click  “Next”.    

   

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7.  Set  the  root  password.  Also,  you  can  create  a  user  account.  

 

      8.   Select   “Configure   MySQL   Server   as   a   Windows   Service”   and   select   “Standard   System  Account”.    

   

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9.  Select  “General  Log”  and  “Slow  Query  Log”.      

    10.  Click  “Next”  to  actually  applying  the  configuration.  Click  “Finish”  when  it’s  done.  

 

   

 

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Step2-­‐  Execute  MySQL  WorkBench     1.   In   MySQL   program   group,   execute   “MySQL   Workbench”.     Double   click   “Local   instance  MySQL5.6”  to  connect  to  the  instance.  

 

  2.  You  will  see  the  following  window.    

 

 

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Step3-­‐  Create  a  Database  and  Tables,  and  Insert  tuples     Given  below  is  the  schema  for  the  example  data.  There  are  three  tables.     -­‐ -­‐ -­‐

Boats  (bid,  bname,  color)   Reserves  (sid,  bid,  date)   Sailors  (sid,  sname,  rating,  age)  

The  field  types  are  as  follows:   bid:  INTEGER,  bname:  VARCHAR,  color:  VARCHAR,   sid:  INTEGER,  bid:  INTEGER,  date:  date  ,   sname:  VARCHAR,  rating:  INTEGER,  age:  DECIMAL   Also,   there   are   Boats2,   Reserves2,   and   Sailors2   table.   These   will   contain   slightly   different  data  on  the  same  schema  to  help  you  to  practice  SQL  statements.     The  following  scripts  will  be  used  to  create  the  schema  named  “cs122a”,  three  tables,   and  populate  some  data.  The  script  is  also  available  on  the  class  Web  page.     -- The Begin of the script CREATE DATABASE IF NOT EXISTS `cs122a` DEFAULT CHARACTER SET latin1; USE `cs122a`; -- Table structure for table `Boats` DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `Boats`; CREATE TABLE `Boats` ( `bid` int(11) NOT NULL, `bname` varchar(45) DEFAULT NULL, `color` varchar(15) DEFAULT NULL, PRIMARY KEY (`bid`) ) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1; -- Dumping data for table `Boats` ALTER TABLE `Boats` DISABLE KEYS; INSERT INTO `Boats` VALUES (101,'Interlake','blue'),(102,'Interlake','red'),(103,'Clipper','green'),(104,'Marine','red'); ALTER TABLE `Boats` ENABLE KEYS; -- Table structure for table `Boats2` DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `Boats2`; CREATE TABLE `Boats2` (

 

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`bid` int(11) NOT NULL, `bname` varchar(45) DEFAULT NULL, `color` varchar(15) DEFAULT NULL, PRIMARY KEY (`bid`) ) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1; -- Dumping data for table `Boats2` ALTER TABLE `Boats2` DISABLE KEYS; INSERT INTO `Boats2` VALUES (103,'Clipper','green'),(104,'Marine','red'),(105,'InterClipper','blue'),(106,'InterMarine','red'); ALTER TABLE `Boats2` ENABLE KEYS; -- Table structure for table `Reserves` DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `Reserves`; CREATE TABLE `Reserves` ( `sid` int(11) DEFAULT NULL, `bid` int(11) DEFAULT NULL, `date` date DEFAULT NULL ) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1; -- Dumping data for table `Reserves` ALTER TABLE `Reserves` DISABLE KEYS; INSERT INTO `Reserves` VALUES (22,101,'1998-10-10'),(22,102,'1998-10-10'),(22,103,'199810-08'),(22,104,'1998-10-07'),(31,102,'1998-11-10'),(31,103,'1998-11-06'),(31,104,'1998-1112'),(64,101,'1998-09-05'),(64,102,'1998-09-08'),(74,103,'1998-09-08'),(NULL,103,'1998-0909'),(1,NULL,'2001-01-11'),(1,NULL,'2002-02-02'); ALTER TABLE `Reserves` ENABLE KEYS; -- Table structure for table `Reserves` DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `Reserves2`; CREATE TABLE `Reserves2` ( `sid` int(11) DEFAULT NULL, `bid` int(11) DEFAULT NULL, `date` date DEFAULT NULL ) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1; -- Dumping data for table `Reserves2` ALTER TABLE `Reserves2` DISABLE KEYS; INSERT INTO `Reserves2` VALUES (22,103,'1998-10-10'),(22,104,'1998-10-10'),(22,105,'199810-08'),(22,106,'1998-10-07'),(31,103,'1998-11-10'),(31,104,'1998-11-06'),(31,105,'1998-1112'),(64,104,'1998-09-05'),(64,105,'1998-09-08'),(74,105,'1998-09-08'),(NULL,104,'1998-0909'),(108,NULL,'2001-01-11'),(108,NULL,'2002-02-02'); ALTER TABLE `Reserves2` ENABLE KEYS; -- Table structure for table `Sailors` DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `Sailors`; CREATE TABLE `Sailors` (

 

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`sid` int(11) NOT NULL, `sname` varchar(45) NOT NULL, `rating` int(11) DEFAULT NULL, `age` decimal(5,1) DEFAULT NULL, PRIMARY KEY (`sid`) ) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1; -- Dumping data for table `Sailors` ALTER TABLE `Sailors` DISABLE KEYS; INSERT INTO `Sailors` VALUES (22,'Dustin',7,45.0),(29,'Brutus',1,33.0),(31,'Lubber',8,55.5),(32,'Andy',8,25.5),(58,'Rusty',10,35.0 ),(64,'Horatio',7,35.0),(71,'Zorba',10,16.0),(74,'Horatio',9,35.0),(85,'Art',4,25.5),(95,'Bob',3,63.5), (101,'Joan',3,NULL),(107,'Johannes',NULL,35.0); ALTER TABLE `Sailors` ENABLE KEYS; -- Table structure for table `Sailors2` DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `Sailors2`; CREATE TABLE `Sailors2` ( `sid` int(11) NOT NULL, `sname` varchar(45) NOT NULL, `rating` int(11) DEFAULT NULL, `age` decimal(5,1) DEFAULT NULL, PRIMARY KEY (`sid`) ) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1; -- Dumping data for table `Sailors2` ALTER TABLE `Sailors2` DISABLE KEYS; INSERT INTO `Sailors2` VALUES (22,'Dustin',7,45.0),(31,'Lubber',8,55.5),(64,'Horatio',7,35.0),(71,'Zorba',10,16.0),(74,'Horatio',9,3 5.0),(85,'Art',4,25.5),(95,'Bob',3,63.5),(101,'Joan',3,NULL),(107,'Johannes',NULL,35.0),(108,'Sand y',NULL,36.0),(109,'James',5,38.0); ALTER TABLE `Sailors2` ENABLE KEYS; -- The end of the script

1.   In   Query   1,   copy   and   the   paste   the   above   script.   If   you   can’t   see   “Query   1”   tab,   create   one   by   clicking   File   -­‐>   New   Query   Tab.   Execute   the   script   by   clicking   “the   thunder  shaped  icon”.  

 

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    2.  In  the  left  pane,  click  “Refresh”  button  and  you  will  see  the  “cs122a”  schema  and   its  Tables.  

 

 

 

 

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Step4-­‐  SQL  queries   1.   In   order   to   form   queries,   type   in   the   query   in   the   ‘Query’   tab   and   click   on   the   thunder  shaped  icon.  You  will  see  your  results  in  the  box  below.  

  2.  You  can  export  the  result  into  a  CSV  file  by  clicking  “Export”  button.  

 

 

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